Onate students learning advanced engineering

WRITER: Mike Cook
Las Cruces Bulletin
October 9, 2015

Students are using high-tech software to design a jet engine that has the best thrust-to-fuel consumption ratio possible.  They are studying to be architects and engineers and to build aricraft. But this isn’t a class at New Mexico State University — it’s high school juniors and seniors in Rudy Misquez’ aerosapce engineering class at Onate High School. Read More


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